Welcome to SharePHIL

What is SharePHIL? 

SharePHIL was organized in 2010 by a group of professionals and small stock market investors to address the need for a strong investor organization that can serve as a catalyst to a dynamic and sustainable capital market. The organization, which is non-stock and non-profit, is envisioned to advocate educating the public and make them understand the intricacies of investing and how their investment can help fuel economic activity and development. The mission of SharePHIL is to be a major player in promoting capital market development through advocacy, education and enlightenment of shareholders.

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Latest on SharePHIL

More Groups Join Call to Weigh Cost and Risk in Shift to Federalism

Press release from Management Association of the Philippines   14 August 2018

At this time when financial markets in developing countries are being roiled following the difficulties of Venezuela and Turkey, it is all the more important that all sectors are seen as solidly behind the call of our economic managers for fiscal prudence, more dialogues and a well-considered approach in the shift to federal form of government. Both the private and public sectors cannot be perceived as lacking in resolve on the fiscal front, seeing how financial markets are so sensitive. Hence, the ongoing meltdown occurring in some beleaguered markets.

For this reason, many other organizations join the 7 large business organizations in calling for legislators to weigh carefully the costs and risks associated with the proposed monumental shift to a federal system of government. Read more.

SharePHIL Summit 2018: "The Journey from Private Enterprise to a Public Company: Lessons, Challenges, Opportunities"

SharePHIL held its 5th Annual Summit on July 20, 2018, 1:00pm - 5:00pm at the Mayuree Ballroom, Dusit Thani Hotel with the theme "The Journey from Private Enterprise to a Public Company: Lessons, Challenges, Opportunities". Invited as guest speakers who shared their stories, challenges and triumphs on their journey to going public were:

  • Lorraine Belo-Cincochan, CEO & President, Wilcon Depot Inc.
  • Alvin D. Lao, President & CEO, D&L Industries, Inc.
  • Jose T. Sio, Chairman, SM Investments, Inc.

Also invited as reactors were:

  • Eduardo V. Francisco – President, BDO Capital & Investment Corp.
  • Jose Franco B. Soberano – Executive Vice President & COO, Cebu Landmasters, Inc.
  • Buds C. Wenceslao – CEO/Director, D.M. Wenceslao & Associates, Inc.

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SharePHIL General Membership Meeting and "Cryptocurrency: The Truth and the Myth" Forum


SharePHIL held its General Membership Meeting (GMM) and the forum on “Cryptocurrency: The Truth and the Myth” on 12 March 2018, 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm, at the Glass Pavilion, Dusit Thani Hotel. Read more.

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Probe Calata insider trading, SEC prodded

By Jennifer B. Austria  Manila Standard  14 February 2018

The Shareholders’ Association of the Philippines Inc., a group that promotes and protects the rights of minority stockholders, asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate directors, officers and other staff of Calata Corp. for possible insider trading violations. Read more.

**To view the Letter to SEC: click here
** To view supplemental Letter to SEC: click here


Articles

Listed firms trumpet benefits of going public
By Iris Gonzales  The Philippine Star  29 July 2018

PH cautioned against relying heavily on OFWs, BPOs
By Doris Dumlao-Abadilla  Philippine Daily Inquirer  23 July 2018

BSP, SEC caution public on cryptocurrencies
By Doris Dumlao-Abadilla  Philippine Daily Inquirer  14 March 2018

Beware of the short-swing profits rule!
By Francis Lim  Philippine Daily Inquirer  7 March 2018

Hidden information, hidden action and the stock market
By Peter L. U  The Manila Times  13 February 2018

Can a corporation be an ethical being
By Benito L. Teehankee  Business World  8 June 2017

Biz Buss: Educating 'snackholders'
By Doris Dumlao-Abadilla  Philippine Daily Inquirer  9 June 2017

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